Davison Figueiredo Getting ready for the fight Brendonim Moreno At UFC 269. This time the Brazilian wants to prepare in the United States under the guidance of Eric Albarracin and Henry Cejudo.

Former UFC flyweight champion Deiveson Figueiredo initially tied with Brendon Moreno and lost in the second leg. However, his five successive winning streak earned him his third encounter with the Mexican. This time the player wants to change his approach to preparations and fly to the United States to train under the watchful eye of one of the best coaches and legend – Henry Segudo.

I’m talking to Henri Segudo and Eric Albarracin about moving to their club. I want my belt back at any cost. I have to start my life on the athletic track, so I’m leaving Brazil. I need preparation under the supervision of professionals.

Interestingly, before the second fight with Brandon, the ex-champion opened his own club in his country and spent little time on proper preparation. Now, the Brazilian has hired staff and coaches at the facility, and has taken care of the life of a UFC fighter himself.

I had a chat with Henry after losing to Moreno and got tips from him to manage my weight better. He was right, that wasn’t the best preparation.

I definitely want to improve my standing collar, I need to hone my skills. I’m not saying that the ground floor is just as important. I know I could give up on that, but it requires a completely different approach to training, which I miss.

Figueiredo (MMA 20-2-1) entered the octagon four times last year. He became the champion in July, when he defeated Joseph Benavidez in a rematch. In his first belt defense, he quickly tackled Alex Perez, and only three weeks later he was linked with Brandon Moreno. He lost his belt at UFC 263 when the Mexican choked him in the third round of a rematch.

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